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Sall; Bouna
Bowie, MD
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8275586 Enabling end-to-end testing of applications across networks September 25, 2012
End-to-end testing of applications across networks is enabled. To test the application and the infrastructure subsystems, an application server connected to the network contains an application under test. A response simulator is connected to the other end of the network. A test module is
8131862 Integration of SS7 with an application server March 6, 2012
A computer-implemented method, system and computer-readable storage medium are presented for establishing a communication link between an SS7 device and an application server. An SS7 message is first decoded by a SS7 SIGTRAN gateway into a SIGTRAN message. The SIGTRAN message is sent
8042000 Apparatus, system, and method for validating application server replication errors October 18, 2011
An apparatus, system, and method are disclosed for validating application server replication errors. The method includes receiving a first information message with a test sequence from a caller. The caller is engaged in a communication session with a callee according to a communicati

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